We represent variety of businesses, domestic and foreign, as well as individuals with their legal needs in Serbia, so you can entrust us with your legal needs, whether small or big. We believe that every client deserves an honest, truthful and fair opinion from his or her lawyer. By contacting us, you can be sure that you're going to get one, no matter what..
Our firm has been serving international business clientele and individuals equally when issues concerning international law are involved. Mr. Kuvizic has over 20 years of combined experience in the US and Serbia, representing interests of foreign corporations doing business internationally. These issues include debt collection, business litigation, business incorporation and compliance issues in Serbia, contracts, real estate issues and investing in Serbia. Our client list includes successful foreign companies in Serbia, but also individual clients with their estate planning and administration issues, whether here, in Serbia, or abroad. With such experience, you can be sure that your problem will be given to the highly qualified legal professional.
We also represent wide variety of clients, including foreign nationals, who entrusted our firm to serve their delicate legal needs in various criminal and compliance proceedings, insurance claims, foreign judgment recognition and enforcement requests in the Republic of Serbia, to name a few. Mr. Tadic earned his expertise throughout 20 years of professional work, starting at the office of the Public Prosecutor, counseling at the public health organization and as an attorney in the City of Novi Sad.
Large number of households located in rural areas, especially in Vojvodina and Western Serbia, are for sale, with prices reduced significantly, due to migration problem. Younger generations moved to larger Serbian cities or Western European countries, where they can find employment, leaving their properties in Serbia unattended. As a result, great number of properties are offered for €2,000 to €15,000. Most of those households are located in Vojvodina, a northern part of Serbia and in the South region of the country.
The latest sales figures show that buyers come from Russia and neighboring countries, Romania, Hungary, and Bulgaria in the South. There are, also, reports of growing interest of citizens of Arabian Peninsula states for such estates. The main reasons for such interest is the fact that Serbia has a mild climate and considerable tolerance for foreigners.
If you have any questions about Serbia and Serbian legal system, please contact us. We will be glad to help you better understand Serbia and its opportunities.
Participants of the Doing Business Project since 2009.
Participants of the Rule of Law Index survey since 2012.
The World Bank, in its latest report on Serbia, acknowledges that there is a good will of Serbian people and the government for reform. This is the key to the succesful social and economic recovery. This analysis also finds that the government is "...committed to focusing on transforming the state administration, public finances, and the economy, along with pursuing the European Union (EU) accession process." Along the way, "...fiscal consolidation measures and an acceleration of structural reforms are needed", says the report.
The new government also announced acceleration of outstanding projects, such as attractive foreign investment programs, legalization of real estate owned by individuals, aid for unemployed through employment programs, grants for agricultural production and reform of public sector, numbering almost 500.000 employees.